The Great Minds Coaching Planner was designed to help you manage your weeks. Keeping you focused on daily tasks as well as developing yourself and progressing with your personal goals and dreams.
The planner is built in weekly cycles
The Go Far methodology will help you to set your goals.
Our life, in the modern area, is built in weekly cycles with weekly routines, tasks, meetings and duties.
Having a prioritised weekly list of tasks that you are committed to
doing but with the flexibility of when to do it (during that given week),will increase the chances of accomplishing tasks. While still having the space to be spontaneous and available for unexpected events. (YES, it is more productive than working on a strict daily plan since it less time consuming and you don’t feel the constant guilt when your daily plan was not 100% successful).
The GO FAR method will help you to be organised, prioritise your task and projects, help you focus on the most important items and help you motivate yourself when needed. While enjoying your days and feeling good with your achievements.
Many of us take the time, during the weekend, to reflect on the passing week and plan ahead for the next, even if we are doing it intuitively or unconsciously without a method or structured tools.
We advise you to begin (or end) each week by planning the next one. Planning ahead will help you stay focused on your personal development, projects and ongoing tasks.
Take the time to review your quarterly goals, open tasks, TO-DO lists and last week’s planner. Add relevant items to the new weeks’ planning page.
Don’t forget to add your intentions – these are your primary targets for the coming week.
Notes like “spend Wednesday afternoon with my kids”, “finish the article” or “talk to my boss about my project” will help you focus on your most important tasks and how to achieve them.
Use the “Doing” Planner pages to support and guide you on the go with a dedicated section for each day and a place just for notes. The weekly to-do list was added in order to help you track tasks you do weekly (like groceries, exercise at the gym, weekly club).
Start the day with your most important tasks – this will help to make sure you will achieve your personal targets.
If your day involves email correspondences – try to leave your mailbox for the first 2 hours of your day and use the time to focus on your most important tasks first. You will be amazed to see the progress you can achieve in these 2 hours and their impact on your day.
n the Weekly Check-In, you will find questions to help you reflect on the past week, review your actions and learn from them. Research has shown that taking the time to reflect on your past week in a structured manner will help you to set more accurate targets for yourself, making you more focused on your goals and increase your chances of achieving them. We think that’s reason enough to invest some time in it, don’t you?